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Logan’s Covid-19 cases has risen to 3,299

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As of January 6, Logan has recorded a total of 3,299 Covid-19 cases, including 47 overseas acquired, 37 locally acquired with a known contact, 15 locally acquired with no known contact, and 12 interstate acquired.

“Of course, we know this is a gross underestimate of the true number,” he said.

“As we know, many patients are doing their own testing, their own RAT testing at home.

“So patients will have very mild illness and not recognise they have Covid-19 and some patients won’t quite be able to access testing.”

It comes as the chief health officer warns all Queenslanders will be exposed to the virus within weeks.

Dr Gerrard said the highly-infectious strain meant the peak would be faster, but that meant it would also be quicker.

The origin of 3,188 Logan cases are under investigation.

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Emily Stack
Emily Stack
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